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BOOK

Title:  
Toward 1756: the political genius of Joseph Galloway
Creators:
Lively, Bruce R. | Pennsylvania Historical Association
Publication:
Pennsylvania Historical Association, s. l, 1978].
Call #:  
DLAR VF Galloway, Joseph
Extent:
[117]-139 p.



BOOK

Title:  
Joseph Galloway: a loyalist viewpoint
Creators:
Reed, John F. | Valley Forge Historical Society
Publication:
Valley Forge Historical Society, s. l, 1979].
Call #:  
DLAR VF Galloway, Joseph
Extent:
[28]-29 p. ill.



ANALYTIC

Title:  
Joseph Galloway (1731-1803)
Parent:
American Philosophical Society. Memoirs, v.228
Creator:
Lutz, Valerie-Anne.
Publication:
Philadelphia, Pa, 2010.
Notes:  
Includes bibliographical references.
Call #:  
506.73 Am4me v.228
Extent:
pages 114-117 ; 26 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
John Dickinson and Joseph Galloway, 1764-1766 [microform]: a study in contrasts/ by David L. Jacobson
Creator:
Jacobson, David L.
Publication:
1959.
Notes:  
"Abstract": l. [1]-3. Bibliography: l. 295-305.
Call #:  
DLAR film 71
Extent:
vii, 305 leaves; 29 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
"I have deduced your rights": Joseph Galloway's concept of his role, 1774-1775
Creators:
Calhoon, Robert M.. | Pennsylvania Historical Association
Publication:
Pennsylvania Historical Association, s. l, 1976].
Call #:  
DLAR VF Galloway, Joseph
Extent:
[356]-378 p.



BOOK

Title:  
Compromise or conflict: the rejection of the Galloway alternative to rebellion
Creators:
Ferling, John. | Pennsylvania Historical Association
Publication:
Pennsylvania Historical Association, s. l, 1976].
Call #:  
DLAR VF Galloway, Joseph
Extent:
[5]-19 p.



BOOK

Title:  
Joseph Galloway: a reassesment of the motivations of a Pensylvania loyalist
Creators:
Ferling, John E. | Pennsylvania Historical Association
Publication:
Pennsylvania Historical Association, s. l, 1972].
Call #:  
DLAR VF Galloway, Joseph
Extent:
[163]-186 p.



BOOK

Title:  
Anglo-American union: Joseph Galloway's plans to preserve the British Empire, 1774-1788
Creator:
Boyd, Julian P. (Julian Parks), 1903-
Publication:
University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 1941.
Notes:  
For discussion of authorship of one of these plans for union, see Nelson, W. H. The last hopes of the American loyalists, in Canadian historicall review, v.32, p.40. Bibliographical foot-notes.
Call #:  
971 C163
Extent:
x, 185 p. ; 23 1/2 cm.



ANALYTIC

Title:  
Franklin and Galloway, some unpublished letters
Parent:
American antiquarian society, Worcester, Mass. Proceedings. n.s., v.34
Creator:
Mason, William Smith, b. 1866
Publication:
American antiquarian society, Worcester, Mass, 1925.
Notes:  
Bibliographical foot-notes.
Call #:  
913.7 AM4P
Extent:
p.[227]-258 ; 25 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
Anglo-American union: Joseph Galloway's plans to preserve the British Empire, 1774-1788
Creator:
Boyd, Julian P. (Julian Parks), 1903-
Publication:
University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 1941.
Notes:  
For discussion of authorship of one of these plans for union, see Nelson, W. H. The last hopes of the American loyalists, in Canadian historicall review, v.32, p.40. Bibliographical foot-notes.
Call #:  
973.312 B692
Extent:
x, 185 p. ; 23 1/2 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
The partnership: or, The history of the rise and progress of the Pennsylvania chronicle, & c. Wherein the conduct of Joseph Galloway, esq., speaker of the honourable House of representatives of the province of Pennsylvania, Mr. Thomas Wharton, sen., and their man Benjami
Creator:
Goddard, William, 1740-1817
Publication:
Printed by William Goddard, in Arch-street, between Front and Second streets, Philadelphia, 1770.
Notes:  
Appended is Advertisment (1 l.) No. I: p. 1-24; no. II: p. 25-64; Postscript to no. II: p. 65-72.
Call #:  
071 G54P
Extent:
1 p. l., 72 p., 1 l. ; 20 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
Letters from a distinguished American: Twelve essays by John Adams on American foreign policy, 1780
Creators:
Adams, John, 1735-1826 | Hutson, James H.
Publication:
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C, 1978.
Notes:  
Includes bibliographical references.
Call #:  
973.3 AD1L
Extent:
xx, 66 p. : port. ; 24 cm.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1759-1812
Abstract:  

These sixteen letters are principally to Sarah Franklin Bache, Joseph Galloway, and William Strahan.
Call #:  
Mss.Film.750
Extent:
1 microfilm_reel(s)



BOOK

Title:  
The navigation acts and the American Revolution
Creator:
Dickerson, O. M. (Oliver Morton), 1875-1966
Publication:
University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 1951.
Notes:  
For references to B. Franklin and extracts from his writings, see p.111-115. Contains portion of letter from Franklin to Jos. Galloway, 2/25/1775. Bibliography: p. 302-335.
Call #:  
973.3112 D55N
Extent:
xv, 344 p. ; 24 cm.



BOOK

Title:  
Franklin and Galloway: a political partnership
Creator:
Newcomb, Benjamin H., 1938-
Publication:
Yale University Press, New Haven, 1972.
Notes:  
Bibliography: p. 299-308.
Call #:  
B F85NE
Extent:
[6] ., 332 p. ; 22 cm.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1757-1813
Abstract:  

The only son of Benjamin Franklin, William Franklin served as Royal Governor of New Jersey during the critical years between 1762 and 1776. An ardent Loyalist, William split with his father over their political differences in the early days of the Revolution, and after enduring two years of imprisonment, became a leader in the Loyalist cause. He settled in London in 1782, where he worked as an agent for Loyalist claims. The William Franklin Papers are a miscellaneous assemblage of letters and documents, dealing largely with Franklin's years as Royal Governor of New Jersey. The majority of the letters are perfunctory, however they provide some information on Franklin's land holdings in New Jersey and the Ohio country. The collection includes two letters relating to Franklin's imprisonment in Connecticut during the Revolution, two affectionate letters to his sister Sarah, and one to his son William Temple Franklin.
Call #:  
Mss.B.F861
Extent:
0.25 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1763-1773
Abstract:  

These letters relate principally to provincial business and comment on the Indians of Pennsylvania, the French and Indian War, a survey of the Maryland-Pennsylvania boundary, and the Stamp Act. Correspondents include James Burd, Jeremiah Dixon, Joseph Galloway, Humphry Marshall, Charles Mason, Edward Shippen of Lancaster, and Edward Shippen, Jr.
Call #:  
Mss.B.Sh62.j
Extent:
1 volume(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1710-1822
Abstract:  

Since publication of I. Minis Hays's Calendar of the Papers of Benjamin Franklin in 1908, the APS Library has acquired a large number of miscellaneous letters and other documents relating to the life, mind, and work of Franklin and his immediate family. The collections listed in this finding aid consist of letters and documents to and from Franklin organized into groupings based upon provenance or focal point. The largest grouping consists of miscellaneous materials acquired individually or in small groups over the years, including a number of important individual items. The other collections consist largely of correspondence between Franklin and individual friends and colleagues, including his friends Mme Brillon, Mary "Polly" Stevenson Hewson, and Catherine Ray Greene, the Whig agriculturist Richard Jackson, and the printer Francis Childs. The collections include photostats of selected materials held by other institutions or that were in private hands. These are available for reference only.
Call #:  
Mss.B.F85.misc
Extent:
5 Linear feet



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1727-1781
Abstract:  

These letters and papers include ten small volumes of letterbooks (1752-1781), and ca. 100 pieces of correspondence with Joseph Shippen (1750-1778). Topics discussed are business in Philadelphia and Lancaster, provincial politics, army supply in the French and Indian War, land purchases and speculation, housebuilding, and family affairs.
Call #:  
Mss.B.Sh62
Extent:
10 volume(s)